• Girls
    mortality rate) at the national level is higher for females than males. Girls are consistently short-changed when it comes to their share of the basic resources of food, education and health care, because a lower value is placed on their survival and wellbeing. A girl infant is often breastfed for a shorter...
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  • impact of western culture on india
    something to be ashamed of. Children want to be modern to keep their respect high. They don’t know the value of India’s heritage and culture. Indians are depleting their own culture. 1. 4. Compile the books of prayers, songs, and stories, and with translations, and make them available to everyone....
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  • Essay
    Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu) | Nationality | British Indian | Notable work(s) | Godaan, Bazaar-e-Husn, Karmabhoomi, Shatranj ke khiladi | Spouse(s) | Shivarani Devi | Children | Sripath Rai, Amrit Rai, Kamala Devi | | Signature | | Munshi Premchand (Urdu: منشی پریم چند‎, Hindi: मुंशी प्रेमचंद...
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  • Report
    The Changing Construction of Women Characters in Popular Hindi-language Cinema from 1970 to 2007 Asma Ayob 8604355H A Research Report submitted to the Faculty of Arts in partial fulfilment of the requirements for a degree in Masters in Dramatic Art at the University of the Witwatersrand ...
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  • Viswanatha Satyanarayana - the Legacy of Telugu Literature
    extending over six decades, Viswanatha Satyanarayana has had the good fortune of living with writers of three generations. The first generation of elders are his seniors in age at least by 20 years. They include his Gurus also. The second generation consists of contemporaries mostly of his age with a...
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  • Philosophy 101
    How did Bollywood attract me, how did it attract its billion viewers? Nasreen Munni Kumar, author of the published book Bollywood: The Indian Cinema Story, says “Indian films are unquestionably the most-seen movies in the world. And we’re not just talking about the billion-strong audiences in India itself...
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  • Hijra
    England; e-mail: Robina.Mohammad@plymouth.ac.uk Received 17 May 2006; in revised form 16 September 2006; published online 28 September 2007 Abstract. Hindi cinema offers a means of examining the evolving geographies of the multisited, multinational Indian diaspora and its relationship to the `homeland'...
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  • Moral Values
    School Nearly one in six (16%) say they have been drunk in school during the past year (9% said they were drunk two or more times). * Propensity Toward Violence 68% say they hit someone because they were angry in the past year (46% did so at least twice), and nearly half (47%) said they could get...
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  • Culture and Mind
    the need to protect the Hindu nation against threatening cultural and religious minorities. With respect to the political end to which this enterprise is geared, it is argued that children interpret and value this enterprise not as a vehicle for the spread of Hindu nationalist ideals, but as a means by...
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  • Man Woman Relationship in Halfway House
    MOHAN RAKESH’S HALFWAY HOUSE Talluri Mathew Bhaskar, Department of English, Andhra Pradesh Residential College, Vijaypuri South, AP Most of my stories are about people living through the torture of relationships in their loneliness, where I have tried to depict through the individual, and his environment...
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  • Started from the Bottom Now...
    There are many aspects to my identity that have to be analyzed and described in order to classify who I am and what I stand for. My social upbringings, values, cultural practices, and worldviews all have had large impacts on me and how I classify myself religiously, racially, ethnically, gender based, and...
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  • Communication Style and Cultural Features in High/Low Context Communication Cultures : a Case Study of Finland, Japan and India
    Finnish communication culture is changing towards a lower context culture. Hall’s theory is complemented with Hofstede’s (2008) individualism vs. collectivism dimension and with Lewis’s (1999, 2005) cultural categories of communication and Western vs. Eastern values. Examples of Finland, Japan and India...
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  • Sdfdsfdsf
    along with their own customs and traditions. The Chinese brought trade and commerce to the country as well as their affirmation of the importance of respect and family. Society The locals of the Philippines are called Filipinos. Their primary ancestors are the Malays who came from the southeastern...
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  • Remakes of Films in India
    children fated to die of poverty, women trapped in subservient familial roles, a new generation of middle-class Indians now seeking liberation from their elders and the traditions of the past. In his first feature film, Pather Panchali,3 Ray brilliantly directed impoverished Bengali villagers living in the rural...
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  • Indian Ciinema
    Indian Cinema and Its Impact on Society by Amrit Gangar My comments My class notes Summary from the Program Hindi cinema produced in Bombay, now superficially well known as Bollywood is essentially a generic cinema that pervades India. But of late the products of Mollywood (Madras) have quite...
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  • Essay on Price Rise
    China Food, rent, fuel and household bills have all gone up over recent months, pushing inflation to 5.1% in November. the government is, in some respects, the architect of this mess. "In 2009, faced with an economy on the brink, the government opened the money supply floodgates," says Tom Orlick, a...
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  • Consumer Behaviour
    Lucknow. In this project I have done my level best to explore as much as possible and have tried to give the maximum possible views of respondents towards The Sahara Ganj Mall. I selected Sahara India Pariwar for my project as it is a dynamic organization of India. As such I hereby present my project...
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  • The Allegory of Rajmohan's Wife: National Culture and Colonialism in Asia's First English Novel
    in the essays that he wrote as early as 1894, the year of Bankim’s death, in Indu Prakash, arguing that what Bankim was trying to create was nothing short of “a language, a literature and a nation” (“Our Hope in the Future”: 102). That Anandamath (1882), despite Bankim’s additions of pro-British statements...
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    My Elder Brother Notes 11 MY ELDER BROTHER Children enjoy listening to stories. Have you ever listened to bedtime stories told by your grandparents or parents? Adults enjoy reading stories. In spite of our busy routine we like to snatch some time to read stories as a pastime. The short story...
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  • Bollywood
    observed that films are among the most common artifacts of modern popular culture that generate and reflect diverse cultures and the traditional values of a society. Consequently films have become a major part of modern society, through which people are becoming aware of different cultures from all...
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